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Replied to SSL Speed
You can check it out in Chrome Browser; The path is Developer Tools -> Network -> Timing
You can use a tool like: bytecheck.com
I'm pretty sure it's not the website itself, I don't know if the server has anything to do with signing/negotiating the certificate, though.
Started a new Conversation SSL Speed
I've been using the free LetsEncrypt SSL on forge servers for quite some time. Recently, I noticed that on a request the LetsEncrypt SSL takes about ~100ms (ranging between 70 to 150). Moreover, I looked up other sites and noticed that their certificates take way less to negotiate the SSL (15-20ms). I guess this is one of the drawbacks of the free SSLs.
My question is - are there speed differences between different SSL providers? What is a good price/performance balanced SSL?
P.S.: Is there a place where I could find performance comparison between different SSLs?